Voting in Ontario

Wartime elections meant a new class of voters: those in uniform. In Ontario, the franchise was extended to men who were not normally allowed to vote, including those under the age of twenty-one and members of the First Nations, provided they were serving in the military.

Hints and Information for Conservative Scrutineers and Workers (Toronto: W.G. Clydesdale, 1916)

Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
booklet, 24 pages, 11.6cm x 18.3cm